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CHICAGO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. 



PRICE, 5 CTS 



NEWPORT FORM CHART. 

NEWPORT, KY., August 5.— Third day. Queen City Jockey Club. Summer Meeting. 
Weather clear; track fast. 



Presiding Judge, J. J. Burke; Starter. H. D. Brown. 



424 



FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. 


X k 


X Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


L 


C 


Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. X 


% 


X Str.Fin 


. Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


L 


c~: 


99132 POUTING 


105 2 


22 


14 


12 


12 


H Williams W C Overton 


34 


4 


3 


4 


96(11 EMMA LEE 


97 3 


U 


13 


12 


11 


Combs 


H T Batchelor 


4 


5 


3 


4 


2222 l. McDonald 


105 4 


3 h 


32 


41 


22 


Everett 


W Fields & Co 


3 


81 


3 


3 


8479 MARY NANCE 


97 2 


21 


22 


22 


24 


Cnppy 


F H Hickok 


4 


10 


4 


8 


4106 EVA LINE 


105 7 


5« 


44 


54 


32 


James 


W Tarr 


20 


30 


12 


20 


330 JOE BAILEY 


99 5 


4h 


52 


3h 


3« 


Mitchell 


W G Bates 


12 


15 


8 


10 


9869 HAPPY HOURS 


1084 8 


62 


7i 


3« 


42 


Kutzleb 


F A Jones 


8 


12 


8 


12 


LON MARTIN 


101 4 


31 


3* 


48 


45 


F Jones 


W M McClinton 


20 


20 


10 


15 


8864 ELGITHA 


105 5 


41 


54 


64 


51 


J Perkins 


Talbot Bros 


30 


80 


20 


30 


170 RAGS 


99 7 


6* 


68 


55 


53 


Reidy 


C C Mafiitt 


24 


24 


9-5 24 


98698 LULU m 


105 3 


14 


24 


21 


61 


Hart 


R McMillan 


10 


10 


8 


10 


267 ? V1RGINIA M 


97 11 


11 


7 


73 


68 


Franklin 


L H Kuhs & Co. 


4 


5 


34 


5 


9869 ANIMOSA 


105 13 


13 


13 


74 


74 


Lendrum 


Turney & Adams 


Hi) 


80 


40 


40 


130 SIRENIA 


99 1 


54 


4“ 


64 


7 


CSlaughter W H Leigh 


12 


12 


6 


7 


2243 E LSI N A 


105 9 


9 


9 


8 


8 


Snell 


Hickey Bros 


30 


40 


30 


30 


04 ANGUSTORA 


99 9 


9 


10 


8 


8 


Gilmore 


E C Brown 


60 


100 40 


80 


9804 ALVERDEE 


105 10 


8 


8 


9 


9 


J Gardner 


Middleton & Co 


8 


10 


8 


10 


170 PAVAN 


99 8 


8 


8 


9 


9 


Preston 


C A Dnkes 


30 


50 


20 


50 


9960 MELLIE 


105 1 


10 


10 


10 


10 


Milburn 


J G Hanley 


20 


20 


8 


10 


♦164 SUMMER RAIN 


97 6 


7 


9- 


10 


10 


Peterman 


B F Ward 


20 


20 


10 


20 


x8377 TRUELIGHT 


105 11 


11 


12 


12 


11 


Fowler 


S S Brown 


8 


10 


8 


10 


234 SAN BLA8 


102 13 


13 


12 


11 


11 


Booker 


Larrissey & Barry20 


20 


12 


20 


153 PONZON1N A 


105 12 


12 


11 


11 


12 


Bibbs 


H 8 Williams 


80 


80 


60 


80 


9601 IRENE IV 


99 10 


10 


11 


12 


12 


Hind 


S Watkins 


60 


100 40 


80 


7736 CONNIE LEE 


105 14 


14 


14 


14 


13 


Gleason 


George Hering 


8 


8 


6 


8 


9796 PLENTY MORE 


99 12 


12 


13 


13 


13 


Rnssell 


Wolken & Seifert 60 


100 40 


80 


9021 DULCENEA 


105 6 


7 


6“ 13 


14 


Thompson 


J B Todd 


30 


40 


20 


30 


♦Old series. 




Time, 24 


,491, 1:154. 













Time, 244, 494, 1:15. 

Winner — Br. f. by Powhattan— Glimpse. 

Post 8 minut s. Start excellent. Won easily. There was much bumping at the start of 
which Mellie got the worst. Pouting was lucky. Duicenoa was carried wide on stretch turn 
causing her to fui. out of the race. All circumstances considered Happy Hours ran the best race. 
Evaliue’s wa; uoarly as good. 

Overweights— Happy Hours, 34 pounds. 



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RT SECOND RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



lad. Horses. Wt. St. k k X Str.Fin. Jockeys 

P 31 14 12 
14 12 24 22 
3* 2h 33 38 
22 41 4 4* 

7 5 5 5 

6 6 6 6 
5 7 7 7 

Time, 241, 4H, 1 

Winner — B. c, by Linden— Verbena. 

Post 15 minutes. Start good. Won in a gallop, 
race was not to the notch. Too much use was made 
Scratched— Kriss Kringle, 110. 

Ov er weights— Legerdemain, 41 poundt. 



Owners 



O H L C 



(367 )F. THOMPSON 
3673JUDGE QUIGLEY 
(154 )MY MARYLAND 
99542B ALLEY 
367 LKGEhDEMAIN 
2X1 FLIP AD 
9615 CAMPERDOWN 



110 3 
110 2 
115 4 
110 1 
1104 7 
106 6 
106 5 



H L Martin 1 

W H May 4 

Heush’ll<feWorth’n2 
J E Smith 30 

J M Smith 80 

H L Haskell 80 

II WiUiamsSimms&Auderson 30 
:024, 1 :094. 

Thompson galloped all the way. Maryland’s 
of the filly. Thompson is a good colt. 



J Perkins 
Everett 
Snell 
Southard 
Kutzleb 
Galena 



7-5 1 7-5 

4 3 34 

8 7-5 8-5 

30 20 30 
100 80 100 
100 80 100 
30 20 30 



420 



* THIRD RACE — I Mile. Purse $300. 3- year-olds and upwaid. Selling. 



ind. Horses. * 


Wt. St. 


X 


k 




Str. b in. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


L 


C 


974U SATYR 


994 4 


52 


34 


33 


23 


12 


H Williams 


Ed Corrigan 


6 


6 


4 


5 


2242FAUNETTE 


93 


5 


lH 


22 


12 


14 


28 


Gregory 


J T Weaver 


4 


4 


24 


3 


366 DAGO 


104 


3 


3h 


1*« 21 


32 


34 


Everett 


J L Black 


2 


24 


2 


2 


366 PETE KITCHEN 


101 


1 


41 


43 


42 


41 


46 


Thornton 


W E Fielding 


5 


7 


5 


6 


10 LIZZIE LOGAN 


102 


2 


2 = 


5»* 51 


6 


52 


James 


W A Hopkins 


10 


15 


10 


12 


224 KENSTON 


100 


7 


7 


7 


7 


51 


61 


Milburn 


C E Patterson 


15 


20 


12 


20 


114 STANZA 


105 


6 


64 


61 


64 


7 


7 


Hart 


Jay Hardy & Co 


4 


6 


84 


6 


9339 PON EM AH 


104 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 


W Johnson Middleton & Co 


60 


60 


50 


60 


366 NANNIE D 


99 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 


9 


Gleason 


R D McKee 


00 


40 


80 


40 


365 GLINT 


105 10 


10 10 1U 10 10 Gallena 
Time, 254, 504, 1:164, 1:42. 


W Cox 


40 


50 


30 


50 



Winner— B. c, 3. by Lew Weir— Seclusion. 

Post 30 minutes. Start good. Won in a gallop, 
field was strung out badly before three furlongs had 
Scratched— Dominica, 91. 

Overweights— Satyr, 24 pounds; Lizzie Logan, 5: 



Dago sulked after going half a mile. The 
been traversed. Satyr was far the best. 

Kenstou, 3; Nannie D, 2; Glint, 3. 



427 



FOURTH RACE— l Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. x 


k 


X Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


ll 


L 


C 


97783 LU FRA 


103 


4 


32 


3“ 


la 


li 


12 


Thompson Talbot Bros 


24 


34 


24 


34 


9965 FRESCO 


99 


5 


4nk 


4i 


4h 


24 


2* 


Everett 


W Fields & Co 


4 


8 


4 


8 


366 J P B 


109 


2 


85 


62 


7 


0 * 


33 


Overton 


M Harney 


12 


15 


10 


15 


49 THREE BARS 


100 


1 


64 


74 


52 


52 


43 


Milburn 


W P Givens 


34 


34 


24 


3 


3652 EL KIN 


103 


8 


9 


8 


8 


8 


52 


Southard 


J H Smith 


8 


12 


8 


12 


168 ELANO 


101 


7 


1* 


14 


3« 


44 


6 


Thornton 


W J Speirs 


8 


8 


34 


4 


363 EVEREST 


97 


6 


5** 54 


64 


7 


7 


Gleason 


G H Brown 


10 


10 


8 


10 


9304 SUYDAM 


101 


3 


21 


21 


21 


34 


8 


H WilliamsFields & Vance 


12 


15 


10 


15 


49 BLANTON 


100 


9 


7 


9 


9 


9 


9 


J Gardner 


G Ashbrooke 


3 


4 


24 


3 


9062 DONATUS 


101 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


Dale 


Ireland Bros 


30 


30 


12 


15 



Time, 244, 50, 1 *154, 1 :414 
Winner— B. f. 4, by Silvermine— Llera. 

Post 8 minutes. Start good. First three were driving. Fresco and J P B finished strong. 
Suydam stopped. Donatus was in his own way. Blanton seems to have lost whatever thorough- 
bred traits he ever possessed. Elano was short. 

Overweights— J P B, 2 pounds. 



428 



FIFTH RACE— 4 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


W't.St. 


k k X 


Str.Fin. 


. Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


L 


C 


367 THE DEVIL 


1U8 8 


7 


It 


13 


Milburn 


W E Applegate 
REM Porter 


3 


34 


24 


34 


8825 PONTUS 


108 4 


42 


24 


22 


J Gardner 


24 


3 


2 


3 


80062 HAM MON 


108 5 


3 h 


41 


3* 


Lendrum 


A L Ferguson 


20 


20 


15 


20 


9)63 VIRG1E COOK 


105 9 


54 


54 


44 


Thompson T B Jones 


6 


7 


5 


7 


189 GEORGE COOPER 


108 10 


12 


64 


53 


Everett 


C L Blackburn 


8 


8 


6 


7 


11 LENA MEYERS 


105 12 


8 


8 


62 


Gleason 


W M Carroll 


30 


40 


BO 


40 


203SPALDY Y 


105 7 


7 


9 


7 


Snell 


Hensb’ll&Worth’n40 


40 


20 


40 


249 ANNIE TAYLOR 


105 13 


13 


10 


8 


A Lewis 


RHBrouaugh&Co 12 


20 


12 


20 


8361 HIGHLAND P’CESS105 2 


12 


7 


9 


H Williams W L Barnes 


5 


6 


4 


6 


9 ALBERT L 


108 1 


64 11 


10 


James 


R McMillan 


6 


8 


6 


8 


DR. MURPHY 


108 11 


11 


12 


11 


Overton 


A J Gorey 


6 


8 


5 


8 


364 AUNT MAGGIE 


105 3 


22 


34 12 


Hart 


P Harris 


30 


30 


20 


30 


9615 HUSE HOPKINS 


105 6 


9 


13 


13 


Fowler 


Jay Hardy & Co 


40 


40 


20 


40 






Time, 23i, 484, 55*. 











Winner— B. c, by Major Richards— Patagonia. 

Post 20 minutes. Start good. Won in a gallop. The Devil was much the best. Highland 
Princess ran her race at the post. George Coopers race was below the notch. He was off badly 
and hemmed in early. 

Scratched— Marcato, 108. 



ST. LOUIS FORM CHART. 

ST. LOUIS, MO.. August 5. — Seventy-first day. St. Louis Fair Association. Summer Meeting. 
Weather clear; track fast. 



Presiding Judge. Jos. A. Murphy. Starter, C. C. Chinn. 



407 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $300. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Winner— Ch. f, 4, by Jack Hardy— Mollie. 

Post 4 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly : second ridden out. Rags was shut off at the 
half mile ground but closed no ground when straighteued out. Emma Lee was stopping at the 
finish. Lon Martin ran well under a bad ride. Bailey closed very strong. It was a common lot. 
Rags’ race was below par. 

Scratched— Sumo, 102; Helna, 97. 

Overweights— Lou Martin, 2 pounds; Sirenia, 2; Irene IV. 2. 



408 



SECOND RACE— 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. 


k k 


X Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H L 


C 


DAVE WALDO 


108 3 


34 


48 


1»* In* 


Foucon 


Wymore & Co 


8 


5 3 


4 


174 VELOCE 


108 6 


42 


2* 


51 


28 


Freeman 


G W Curtis 


10 


15 10 


15 


269 PETER ARCHER 


105 12 


10 


54 


34 


31 


Joses 


A B Watts 


40 


60 30 


60 


9482 SILVER KNIGHT 


105 14 


13 


8 


6 


44 


Furr 


C Reed 


60 


100 40 


80 


198 DR PACE 


105 4 


61 


63 


44 


54 


Lyons 


R W Vestall 


60 


100 40 


80 


2942JUDICIOUS 


105 7 


li 


12 


28 


62 


C Combs 


F M Daily 


7-107101-2 7-10 


294 JUDGE NAPTON 


105 2 


24 


31 


7 


7 


Jenkins 


R Baguell 


20 


30 20 


30 


9*72 KING’S PON 


105 1 


51 


7 


8 


8 


Greene 


T B Watts 


20 


30 12 


20 


2323GOETHE 


108 9 


7 


9 


9 


9 


C SlanghterB Schreiber 


6 


6 4 


6 


169 PR. BISMARCK 


105 11 


11 


10 


11 


10 


Harshberg’rLazarus&Hanley 40 


60 30 


60 


9437 SIR JOS. LISTER 


108 10 


12 


11 


10 


11 


Harris 


Caesar Young 


60 


100 40 


80 


232 KING’S GUARD 


108 15 


15 


13 


12 


12 


Booker 


C B Campbell 


20 


20 12 


15 


169 SMART ALECK 


105 8 


9 


12 


13 


13 


Hinkey 


H’pk’s&R’th’rfrd 60 


100 40 


80 


169 CHLORAD 


108 5 


8 


14 


14 


14 


J Clark 


J Ripple 


60 


100 40 


80 


GALLANT TOP 


105 13 


14 


15 


15 


15 


Gilmore 


G S Berry 


60 


60 30 


40 



Time. 124, 374, 1 :03i. 

Winner— Br. c by Sayre— Helianthns. 

Post 14 minutes. Start fair. Won cleverly ; second driving hard. Dave Waldo is a grand 
looking colt and ran a great race for his first appearance. Judicious is a bad colt. The delay at 
the post and two breakaways did not help him. Veloce can win a maiden race. Goethe was off 
none too well. 



400 



THIRD RACE— 1 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 



Wt. St. k Yt X Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



81 NEUTRAL 
33('2JUANITA 
335 DR. HUGER 
8759 POVVHATTA 
356 BOB CLANCY 
271 BRAW SCOT 
295 BIG FELLOW 
295 IRISH CHIEF II 



♦Barred in the betting. 



112 8 8 
109 4 
86 1 
99 3 
102 6 
100 7 



2 h 21 28 I** 114 Garner P Corrigan 

31 18 13 2* Preston G W Scott 

8 7** 44 3** A Jackson P Ahearne 

44 5i 44 51 43 Furr J Fnrr 

W A Kirwan 



14 314 32 3* 5io Franklin 
51 44 51 
6 6 6 
7 8 



5 3 4 



8-5 2 7-5 9-5 

20 30 12 30 



15 15 

3 3 



6 
3 

20 20 8 12 
30 30 15 30 



C SlaughterB Schreiber 
Horns J Humes 
Easley D Hoover 
Time, 254, 504. 1 :174, 1 :434. 

Winner— Ch. g, 5, by Faustns— Annapolis. 

Post 9 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; second and third driving. Dr. Hugor was un- 
able to got moving for the first half mile. He closed strong. Neutral was the best. He i9 a bad 
actor, but got off well today and was never bumped or bothered. Braw Scot runs iu moods. Bob 
Clancy proved a false alarm. Irish Chief had no speed. 

Scratched— Billy Jordan, 99. 

Overweights — Neutral, 5 pounds; Big Fellow, 5. 



| 1/1 FOURTH RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. Purse $300. 
X " * ances. 


3-year-olds and upward. 


Allow- 


Ind. Horses. Wt. St. k k X Str. Fin. Jockeys 


Owners O H 


L C 



2973 M A DELINK 
(355) FORSYTHE 
267 SEA BROOKE 



1U5 1 24 28 28 210 pi (j SlaughterM P Mattingly 1 l 4-5 9-10 

93 2 I* 16 is 12 212 C Combs Bishop & Co 24 3 2 2 

105 3 3 3 3 3 3 Garner G C Bennett 2 4 2 34 

Time, 254, 5C4, 1 :03, 1 :17, 1 :42, 1 :46. 

Winner — Ch. m, 5, by Keene— Colusa. 

Post 2 minutes. Start good. W’on cleverly; second handily. Forsythe ran his race. Made- 
line smothered him when ready, Seabrooke ran a slightly improved race. He is dickey and unre- 
liable, and was eased up considerably at the finish. Watch him on a soft track. 

Scratched — Aryan, 93. 



411 



FIFTH RACE— 6-8 Mile. Purse $3U0. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 



Wt. St. k Vi X Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



O H L C 



334 FOUND 105 

5 MISS ADELE 105 

FLORA G 105 

3532 AN N I E OLDFIELD 105 
266 CH1QUITA II 
3572COUS1N LIZZIE 
353 TILLIE MAY 
353 CAKE WALK 
334 FLORIN E RUSH 
353 B. OF ST. LOUIS 
132 ESTHER HAWES 



24 2« I 2 15 Foncon J Huffman 
41 34 62 24 CSlaughter A Cahn 
6 h 10 24 3" C Combs J Gazzolo 

14 1 K * 42 44 Mitchell 
54 54 R Jones 



C W Thompson 

105 5 54 41 54 54 R Jones B McCall 

105 9 7 61 3h 6io Garner C C Maffitt 

105 8 8 7 7 7 Tobin J Cochran 

105 10 10 8 9 8 Phillips W A Powell 

105 11 11 9 10 9 McHale Dearing Bros 

105 7 9 11 11 10 Hinkey E A McDonald 

105 1 34 54 8 11 P Russell C Pieper 

Time, 254, 50* , 1 :034. 

Winner— B. f, by Buckmaster— Pick Up. 

Post 4 minutes. Start straggling. Won easily; second driving and all out. Cousin Lizzie 
was jumped on aud cut down. She had a rough passage generally. Found was off nicely and 
never bothered. Flora G closed strong after beipg knocked out of it. Miss Adele also finished strong. 

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CHICAGO, ILL., AUGUST 6, 1897. 



HARLEM FORM. 



The form of Friday’s Harlem fields is: 

First Race— Laius, Rosa May, Terranet. 
Second Race — Lady Marie, Flaxen Hair, Glen 
Terra. 

Third Race — Lew Hopper, Olivia L, Evanatus 
Fourth Race— The Plutocrat, Aquinas, News- 
gatherer. 

Fifth Race — Pepper, Martin K, Pirate Prince. 
Sixth Race— Little Music, Kate Fisher, Easter 
Eve. 

ST. LOUIS FORM. 



St. Loms, Mo., August 5.— The form of 
Friday’s Fair Grounds fields is: 

First Race— Reel, Joe O’Sot, Hill Billy. 
8econd Race — Lexington Pirate, Outaway, 
Frontier. 

Third Race— Charm, Linda, Gladys II. 

Fourth Race — High Noon, Amber Glints, Pow- 
hatta. 

Fifth Race — Free Lady, Verify, Sir Rol la. 
Sixth Race — Marjorie, Judge Stouffer, 
Amelia Fonso. 

WINDSOR FORM. 



Detroit, Mich., August 5.— The form of 
Friday’s Windsor fields is: 

First Race— Ellsmere, Beau Ideal, iThe Duch- 
ess. 

Second Race — Pearl, Water Crest. Alabaster. 
Third Race— Her Excellency, Lady Doleful, 
Kisme. 

Fourth Race — Rey del Mar, Otho, Blasco. 
Fifth Race — Dos Dressen, Tenricka, Flora 
Bateson. 

SARATOGA FORM. 



Saratoga, N. Y., August 5. — The form of 
Friday’s Saratoga fields is: 

First Race— Wild Warrior, Woodford filly, 
The Huguenot. 

Second Race— Rubicon, Dolando, Orion. 

Third Race — Xmas, Ben Ronald, Lola’s 
Cuckoo. 

Fourth Race — Smith entry, Ben Holladay, 
Challengor. 

Fifth Race — Hairpin, Spencer, Mary Galvin. 
SARATOGA POOLING. 



Louisville, Ky., August 5.—' To-night’s pool- 
ing on Friday’s Saratoga races was: 

First Race— The Huguenot, $25; Woodford 
filly, $20; La Goleta, $12; Juliana, $8; Wild 
Warrior, $6, 

Second Race — Damien, $25; Rubicon, $18; 
Dolando, $12; Lord Zoni, $lu; Orion. $8; field. $5. 

Third Race — Orion, $15; Ben Ronald, $12; 
Xmas. $10; Salvado, $8; Lela’s Cuckoo, $6; 
Hums, $2. 

Fourth Race — The Winner and Belmar, $25; 
Ben Holladay, $12 ; Challenger. $10; Falernian, 
$8; Mohawk Prince, $6; Toots, $>; Glengowrie,$3 
Fifth Race — Spencer, $15; Mary Galvin. $1U; 
Hairpin, $8; La Ventura, $6; field, $5. 

NEWPORT FORM. 



Cincinnati, O., August 5. — The form of 
Friday’s Newport fields is: 

First Race— Chicopee, Arcturus, Dominis. 
Second Race — Robinson, Myrtie Reed, 
Cyclone II. 

Third Race — Eugenia Wickes, Eddie Burke, 

Letcher. 

Fourth Race— Ondague, Booze, Leaseman. 
Fifth Race— Clara Van, Lady Flight, Locust 
Blossom. 



NEWPORT POOLING. 



Louisville, Ky., August 5.— Tonight’s pool- 
ing on Friday's Newport races was: 

First Race— Chicopee, $15; Kriss Krmgle, $12; 
Arcturus. $8; Rarus, $6; Dominis, $6: Zertes, $2. 

Second Race— Joe (’lark, $15; Mertie Reed, $8; 
W T hat Next, $8; Robinson, $-5 : Cycloue II, $5; 
La Wanda, $5 : R Q Ban, $8 ; field. $6. 

Third Race— Eugenia Wickes, $25; Letcher, 
$15; Eddie Burke, $12; Gov, Boies, $6; Harbin- 
ger. $5; field, $3. 

Fourth Race — Booze, $15; Ondague, $8; The 
Scnlptor, $4; Leaseman, $3: Say On, $3. 

Fifth Race— Clara Van, $25; Locust Blossom, 
$15; Lucy M, $12; Lady Flight, $10; Lady of the 
West, $8; field, $6. 



ST. LOUIS ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. 
First Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

354 Aqnarella (3) .. 95 270 L. Britaunic(3) 95 

233 Groganotte (3). 95 80 Yan. Heire6s(3j 95 

332 Reel (3) 95 9981 Briggs (3) 97 

330 Hill Billy (3)... 97 234 Whittie (4). ...102 

8794 Joe O’Sot (6)... 104 335 Blkg Brush(4).104 

Second Race— 1 Mile 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling 
390 Miss Pressley (3) 91 331 Kruna (3) 91 



331 Stella B (3) . . . 91 
39* HHGardner(4)102 

7 Hinda (5) 104 

394 J. DeBouse(4) . 104 
234 Charles P (8).. 106 



9984 Gold Baud (3).. 9 1 
3303 Lex. Pirate (3). 96 

203 Frontier (4) 104 

331 Peter Hill (3) ..104 
394 Jack Bradley (5)106 
270 Outaway (4) .. .107 

Third Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

(390) Can I See ’Em(3)91 237 J M B(3) 93 

296 Uncle Pat(3).... 96 199 Moralist (3) 96 

394 Minerva (4) 102 331*Oonsuella(4) 102 

270 2 Amber Glints(4) 102 271 High Noon (4).. 102 
409 Powhatta (5) ...104 158 Cass (6) 109 

Fourth Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 
3563GladysII(3) ... 82 354 Ora Audrain(6) 94 

(391) Charm (6) 104 297*Linda (7) 104 

Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 



334*Mary Leighton. 95 

294 Celia B 95 

269 Del Hart 105 

(294)Ferroll 105 

408 Judicious 105 

200 Whirmantiline.105 
(9941)Bon Marche.. .105 

269 3 Sir Rolla 108 

Sixth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

237 Polly Hatton(3) 95 335 3 Silver Set (3).. 95 



9387 Heidorn 95 

357 K. Rutherford. 105 

269 2 Verify 105 

(8946)Guide Rock... 105 

5 Free Lady 105 

(266)Xalissa 105 

(353) White Leaf 105 



(354) J. Stouffer (3).. 97 
354*Nick Carter (3) 100 
(330)Siddubia (4).. .102 

7559 2 Marjorie (4) 102 

268 Joe Hart (4) 104 



356 Truxillo (3).... 100 
394 2 Basquil (3).... 100 
(332) Am. Fonso (41.102 
354 2 F, Hartman(4)104 
(352)Terrier (4) 107 



WINDSOR ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear: track good. 
First Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling 
361 Helen H 11(4).. 94 3583 Judith C (4)... 96 

361 Percita (4) 96 416 Bill Ellison (5). 100 

(212)Chiquita (5).... 101 340 Gladioli (4).... 101 

995C B’ding Cecil (4) 101 385 Herminia (4).. 101 

38538pokena (4).. ..103 385 2 B F Fly Jr (6) .103 

59 Rapalatchie(4) .103 ( 359)K’gElkwood(4)103 
(107)The Duchess(4) 105 (385)Springtime (6) 105 
(389)Terrapiu (6).... 106 (9885)Ellsmere (4).. 105 
(17) Beau Ideal (4). .113 

Second Race— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

415 Wehima 96 135 2 Ma Augeline. . . 108 

338«Ada Russell 103 3603 Pope Leo 106 

(308)Horicon 106 8995 Alabaster 106 

58 2 Pearl 107 (91) Water Crest ...106 

3363Guinan 103 

Third Race-1 Mile. 

3-year-olds aud upward. Selling. 

(256)Susie Hawze(3) 91 33G 2 Kisme (3) 95 

TheDiplomat(3) 96 (137)Sir Errol (3) . . . 98 
957G 2 H’r Excell’cy (3jl01 972b-Ladyl)olefnl(4)102 

213 Pommery9ec(3)104 3613Wolsey (6) 106 

212 Wild Arab (6).. 106 24 The Elector (3)106 

212 2 Hardenburg(4) .107 

Fourth Race— 1 1-8 Miles. 
3-year-olds and upward. Soiling. 

388 Baal Gad (4). ..102 312 Little Nell (7). 104 

1083Spnngai (4) 104 178 Nemaha (5) 106 

389 Blasco (5) 106 388 Otho (4) 107 

310 Rey del Mar (7) 109 

Fifth Race— 1-2 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

104 Smyle 105 9723 Lugano 105 

52 Lansing 105 211 Isabella II 105 

386 Gypsy Prince ..105 386 Sun Bonnet 105 

386 BettieM’Murrayl05 14 Flora Bateson. 105 
386 I) of Lit. Grove 105 386 Prince Hal — 105 

279 Hoveler 108 336 Earl Fonso 108 

52 Des Dressen 108 308 Tenricka 108 

308 Lord Nugent. .. 108 

HARLEM ENTRIES 



Probabilities: Weather clear: track good. 

First Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



324 Tidiness(3) 


... 90 


346 Terrific (3).... 


... 90 


346 Scornful(3) .. . 


... 92 


375 Trixie C (4) •• • 


...97 


192 Lottie (3) 


...97 


349 Lottie (4) 


... 97 



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peculation 

roblem 
solved, 
lay to win. 
articulars— 







LOCK BOX, 122, DETROIT, MICH 



SIXTH RACE— 5 1-2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 



357 BAKR1SSO 1U4 1 14 2 * 

(357) SIVA 104 2 V 3« 

132 DECAPO 164 5 l 2 l« 

3573VALID 104 4 6 6 

354 CHIFFON 101 7 5= 5* 

357 HOWITZER 1C4 3 3** 4“ 

294 LORD NEVILLE 104 8 7 9 

353 GLKNORA LEE 101 9 8 8 

354 SCHOOL GIRL 105 6 9 7 



Wt. St. \ \ Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



Ink 12 Garner G 0 Beunett 
33 2 2 CSlaughter B Schreiber 
2& 31 C Combs ~| 

5i 44 Foucon 
44 Mitchell 
6 6 Hinkey 

8 7 Freeman 

9 8 Parram 
9 Gilmore 

;09i. 



3 

Gil Curry 3 

J Huffman 8 

Marion&Morgan 8 
A Cabu 15 

O C Maffitt 8 

Foster&Brumfield30 
Br’wn’ng&B’rdm’u4 



O H L (T 
10 

24 
44 

7 

8 

25 
10 
60 
6 



„ r . „ Time, 251, 51, 1:034, 1 

Wmner— B. c, by Volante— Bertha. 

Post 3 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly; second and third doing their best. Barrisso’s 
sudden improvement was decidedly out of line. Many form reversals come from the same stable 
biva ran his race. He had little speed but closed strong. Valid was shut off and came again! 

Decapo showed great speed, but weakened when pinched. 



Howitzer is of little account. 



WINDSOR FORM CHART. 

WINDSOR, ONT., Aogrnst 5.— Twenty-seventh day. Windsor Jockey Clnb. Summer Meeting. 
Weather clear ; track slow. 



Presiding Judge. Geo. W T . Morgan. Starter, Morgan Chinn. 



413 

Ind. Horses. 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



9990 WANGA 105 4 

258 OLD DOMINION 100 1 

(309) FOLDEROL 96 5 

9559 NERO 105 8 

a&8 GEO PATTERSON 98 

3623 DIXIE LEE 98 

9889 DAISY MAREE 
179 PR. PROVERB 
179 MOLLIE M 



Wt, St. H Yk \ Str.Fin. Jockeys 



24 



7 
6 

91 3 



1« 2* 
6 
8 



1« 14 

21 



Ow ners 
F Lightfoot 
R A Smith 



O H L C 



3 4 

3 10 

4 8 



93 

98 



34 4 2 41 
4* 5 7 



l 3 Bunn 

214 Songer 

34 34 31 Lawrence T Murphy 
8 54 4i J Healy M H Healy 
5»* Spencer J Brown 

6 Morrison P T Chinn 

7 Cassidy J C Ferris Jr 

51 6 8 8 Guitiers A J Smith 

9 9 9 9 Garvin Steve Ciolini 

„ Time, 25, 51*. 1 :04i, l :18i. 

Winner— B. g. 4, by Okema— Little Fannie. 

Start good. Won easily ; second and third under pressure. Wanga was never in trouble. Old 
Dominion ran an improved race. Nero ran well. Watch him on a soft track. Dixie Lee tired 
when pinched. 

Scratched— Cousin Jeems, 113: Cralo, 91. 



34 
10 
6 

30 60 30 50 
12 15 10 12 
2216-5 
6 8 6 7 

15 40 15 30 
40 60 40 50 



414 



SECOND RACE — 5-8 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. \ 


* 


Str.Fin. 


Jockey 8 


Owners 


O 


H 


L 


C 


358 LOTTIE HUNTER 


102 6 


5 


34 22 1H 


Spencer 


E W’ Fitzgerald 


6 


6 


4 


4 


QUl\ ER 


102 3 


22 


12 1G 2* 


Morrison 


D Lamasney 


2 


24 


6-5 8-5 


(311)NaN NIE DUNN 


102 2 


44 


4** 3h 3»* Dolan 


R Rome 


6 


12 


6 


10 


(50) NEGONCIE 


102 10 


6 


6 4»* 4 3 


Songer 


Waters & Hodges 8 


15 


8 


12 


1792RAY B 


102 4 


1»« 22 5 51 


Yancey 


J Nagle 


8 


12 


8 


12 


(362)GLENBOK 


104 1 


7 


8 7 6 


Payton 


Geo Miller 


20 


30 


20 


25 


3092GARNET BEACH 


102 5 


3k* 


5 6 7 


Cassidy 


J C Ferris Jr 


8 


15 


8 


12 


258 OVERFLOW 


104 7 


8 


7 8 8 


Guitiers 


W J Smith 


12 


20 


12 


15 


362 BRUNHILDE 


102 8 


9 


9 9 9 


L Smith 


C S Wilson 


30 


60 


30 


50 


278 MIRIAM M 


102 11 


10 


10 10 10 


Valentine 


J H Valentine 


30 


50 


30 


40 


121 2 W RANG. DUCHESS 102 9 


Palled up. 


Sullivan 


L & N Schoenfeld 8 


12 


8 


10 






Time, 25. 37i, 51, 1:04. 













Winner— Br. f, by Falsetto— Acoustic. 

Start bad. Won driving; second and third driving oven harder. Quiver was badly handled 
and was probably the beat. Garuet Beach had some early speed. Negoncie, off badly, ran an 
excellent race. 

Scratched — Mrs. Featherby, 102; Reformation, 104. 



415 



THIRD RACE — A 1*2 Furlongs. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind. 



Horses. 



(279)HORACE 105 2 2 2 

336 SURMOUNT 105 7 5 

(336)BONADEA 102 5 6 

279 SIFTER 105 6 8 

338 M. OF RICHFIELD 102 3 31 

98 LAURA MAY 102 1 1»« 

(98)DUOEO 105 9 

279 WEHIMA 102 4 7 

279 DON CAMPBELL 105 8 9 

♦Coupled in betting. 



Wt, St. it K % Str. Fin, Jockeys 



Owners 



O H 



13 12 

4»* 3 2 
2* 2** 34 

7 6 4 * 

6 5 51 

5 7 6 

3« 4n 7 

8 8 8 



1*4 N Turner 
28 Spencer 
Morrison 
Lawrence 
Bunn 
L Smith 
Songer 
Guitiers 
D Davis 
:04i. 1 :10i. 



Reimy Macey 
M Gibson 
J Bauer & Co 
Organ&Crawford 40 



6-5 6-5 4-5 4-5 



6 



Fleming & Co 
Fleming & Co 
C Leighton 
S J Charles 
8 A Goode 



♦8 

♦8 

4 

20 

40 



10 

44 

50 

10 

10 

4 

40 

50 



Time, 251, 51, 1 

Winner— B. c. by Himyar— Dare Vela. 

Start good. Won easily: second cleverly. Horace won as he pleased. He seems to be a fair 
colt. Surmount had bad racing luck. Dnoeo showed some speed. Bonadea tired on the end. 



416 

Ind. Horses. 



FOURTH RACE -J-4 Mile. Purse $300. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

O H L C 



(358) ELSIE FERGUSON 165 2 



Wt. St. \ Yi % Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



358 FAY BELLE 
106 ROCKWOOD 
9628 2 BILL ELLISON 
358 FORFEIT 
359 3 WHIFF 
54 DOWNING 
47*9 SIEGLINDE 



165 

101 

102 

93 

108 

160 

96 



12 

41 

6 

54 

21 

34 

7 

8 



1** Dolan 
212 Sherland 
34 Morrison 
4« R Mason 
Lawrence 



R Rome 
J W Wilson 
R J Condon 
P Stanton & Co 
Spangel & Co 



Sutherland J A Lynch 
Burrell G il Miller 

L Smith C S Wilson 



2 24 

6-5 7-5 
6 15 



414 42 

7 7 

8 8 

Time, 254, 514, 1:034. 1:17. 

Winner— Ch. f, 4, by Longfield— Martine. 

Start good. Won driving aud all out ; second under full sail. Elsie was stopping fast. Fay 
Belle was the best aud would have won in another jump. Forfeit was short, but had speed. Bill 
Ellison can and will do better. Rockwood was pocketed most of the way. but came like a wild 
horse at the end. Downing is getting ready for a jamping race. He is clever at the game, too. 
Scratched— Tit for Tat. 103; Bounding Cecil. 103. 



417 FIFTH 


RACE— 5-8 Mile. 


Purse $360. 3-year-olds and upward. 


Selliug. 


Ind. Horses. 


Wt. St. H 


% Str.Fin. Jockeys OwnerB 


O H L O 



175 GASPERONE 114 

362 MURIEL T 112 

3622HIGHLAND FLING112 



359 ALICE W 112 

340 SKY BLUE 114 

258 SWEDEN 114 

362 LUTIE LEWIS 112 

307 GWEN 112 

359 PINCHBACK 114 10 

210 SUMMER COON 114 9 

Winner— B. g, 4, by Jim Gore- 



24 

7 

4" 

1" 

5h 



314 6 
8 7 



10 10 



14 

51 42 

41 24 
I" 34 
3«** 54 
8 7 



Ink D Davis 
2«* Sherland 
38 N Turner 
4 k* W Jones 
51 Morrison 

6 Sweeney 

7 Spencer 

8 Songer 

9 Dolan 
L Smith 



Time, 244, 37i, 504. 1 :03i. 
-Sister to Pendleton II. 



PT Chinn 
J W Wilson 
A H Carsten8 
S C Wagner 
R A Smith 
J M Johnson 
J Bauer & Co 
W J Patterson&Co 4 
R Rome 8 

L Dolhoude 40 



Start good. Won driving; the next two driving also. Gasperone was doing his best at the 
finish and was lucky to win. Muriel T had a rough journey. Alice W showed her usual flight of 
speed. Sky Blue tired after going about three furlongs. 

Scratched— Crocus, 112; Terrapin, 117. 



346 Rosa May (5) 97 32 Mary L (6) 97 

324 Martha R (4) 97 329 Terranet (4) — 97 

192 Tramp (10) 99 192 A1 Monarch(6).. 99 

401 Nonchalance(3).10G 323 Laius (3) 101 

Second Race— 5-8 Mile 
2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 

9404 Beatrix 100 350 Flaxen Hair.. .100 



374 Lady Marie 100 

373 Glen Terra 108 

373 (’utter 112 

167 Chaffinch 112 



30 Lucayne 105 

350 Radaire 112 

373 3 Borden 112 

8458 Jim Brown 115 



Third Race— 1 Mile. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



401 Lil. Wilkes(3) .. 89 

328 Olivia L, (3) 94 

401 King Galong (3) 94 

329 Jersey Lad (3). 99 

377 Protus (3) 105 

262 Onalaska (4)... 110 



228 Benefit (3) 91 

326 Col Gay (3).... 94 
3283Brother Fred(3)96 
9971 Evanatus (7). .104 
323 La Moore (5) ..107 
229 3 Lew Hopper(4)112 



Fourth Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds. Handicap. 

401 Bill Arnett 80 401 3 Little Ocean. .. 85 

(405) Lady Callahan. 95 326 The Plutocrat. 96 

236 2 Aquinas 96 326 2 David Tenny...l05 

(326)Newegatherer.,.110 

Fifth Race— 1 1-4 Miles. 

3-year-olds and upward. 8elling. 

202 Treeby (3) 90 401 PiratePnnce(3) 95 

328 2 Marl in K (3)... 99 374 Motairie (4) ...103 

262 Tasco (9) 105 328 Tom Sayre (5). 105 

(328) Pepper (5) 114 

Sixth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

374 LittleMusic,.(3) 95 3784 Argosy (3) 95 

9860 Aureola (4) 97 8138 Serena (4) 97 

374 3 Santa Cruz (5). 99 329 Easter Eve (3). 99 

7036 Fischer (4) 99 34 Kate Fisher (3)102 

(324)Dejure (5) 106 5429 Ashland II (5). Ill 




SARATOGA FORM CHART. 

BARATOGA, N. Y. August 5.— Eighth day. Saratoga Racing Association. Summer Meeting. 
Weather clear; track fair. 

Presiding Judge. W. L. Powers S taiter, W. J. Fitzpatrick. 

/| ^ ^ FIRST RACK— 3-4 Mile. Purse $500. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 



lnd. Hordes 

T93 braw lad 

313 HALF LING 
(313) BERNARDILLO 



Wt. St bit V\ % Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



o a l c 



116 2 23 IK* 14 lb Taral H Stull 4-5 4-5 3-5 4-5 

124 3 3 3 3 24 II Lewis J E Seagram 4 4 4 4 

125 1 14 23 23 3 H Shields E J Baldwiu 8-511-5 8-5 2 

„ T . , Timo, 25. 514. 1:19. 

VV inner— Br. c, 3, by Eolus — Brown Beauty. 

Post 3 minutes. Start good. Won pulled up : second driving. Bernardillo tired in the final 
furlong, Braw Lad had everything his own way from the far turn home. 

Scra tched— Libertine 132. 

410 SECOND RACE — 1 1-16 Milos. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

lnd. Horses. 

2472ESTACA 
3692BANQUO II 
2172 \('E 

3443SHASTA WATER 



Wt. St. V+ Vi % Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



O H L C 



108 1 1 M * 1 1 l 1 14 14 W Martin P Dunue 4-5 4-5 3-5 4-5 

86 2 24 24 32 23 25 Clawson P J Miles S 3 9-5 2 

98 3 4 4 24 33 310 Wilhite Jas Murphy 4 6 4 6 

101 4 3» 3“ 4 4 4 Maher Burns&Watorh’se 10 12 10 10 

„ r . „ Time, 25, 514, 1:174, 1:444, 1:514. 

Winner— -B. c, 3. by Emperor of Norfolk — La Cieuega. 

Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won easily. Estaca was under restraint the entire journey, 
ne is a wonderful colt in the mud. Banquo was hard ridden from the far turn for home. He 
was outclassed. Ace tired iu the final furlong 

Scratched— Braw Lad. 97; Knight of the Garter, 91. 



THIRL) RACE— o-H Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. The Filiios Stakes. $1000 Qua r- 

lnd. 



Horses. 

246 Q. OF BEAUTY 
370 KILT 
246 SARATOGA 
29^KUBY LIPS 
370 L\ JV1 AROMA 
292 RESTORER 
246 BAKDELLA 
370 BLISSFUL 
2402BARRACAN 

♦Coupled in betting. 



SVt. St. K 


Vt 




Str.Fin. 


Jockeys 


Owners 


O 


H 


L 


C 


115 


2 


1« 


12 


12 11 


H Martin 


J R Keene 


6 


15 


6 


10 


115 


1 


22 


34 


3G 22 


Simms 


Gonghacres Stbl 


3 


4 


24 


4 


115 


8 


51 


52 


44 34 


McCafferty J J McCafferty 


6 


8 


6 


6 


115 


7 


64 


61 


62 42 


Maiier 


M Minden 


♦20 


20 


12 


15 


115 


3 


314 21 


22 514 H Shields 


E J Baldwin 


4 


6 


4 


4 


115 


5 


8 


8 


7 61 


Roiff 


Duke & Wishard 


10 


12 


10 


12 


115 


6 


7 


7 


8 7 


Thorpe 


Mackey & McCue 


10 


15 


8 


12 


115 


4 


42 


41 


54 8 


Wilhite 


M Minden 


♦20 


20 


12 


15 


115 


9 


9 9 9 9 Taral 

Time, 24*, 514. 1:054. 


Marcus Daly 


6-5 8-5 1 


6-5 



Post 12 minutes. Start poor. Won driving; second easily. Barracan was practically left, 
iarai pulied her up at start. Queen of Beauty was away running. Kilt hung on gamely. Saia- 
toga closed fast at the finish. LaMarona tired in stretch. Ruby Lips ran a good race. 
Scratched— Kate Bardcastle. 115. 



431 

lnd. 



bOURTH RACE — 1 l-x Miles. 3-year-olds Allowances. 

The Alabama Stakes. $2000 Gua ranteed. 

Horses. 



Wt. S t. St 

(245) POE l ESS 114 7 

216*SUNNY SLOPE 121 4 
(9611)* PARTRIDGE 114 1 



\ Vi & Str. Fin. Jockeys Owners 



6) 5 2 3 2 2 2 33 D4 Thorpe 

41 3h 44 43 2G 2* Hewitt 

34 4" 514 54 42 3>4 Wilhite 

22 26 U4 13 12 46 H Martin 



TfTTT 



9809 3 SET FAST 
3712D1VIDE 
♦Added Starter 



W Laimbeer 4 4 24 2* 

Mrs Jere Dunn 3 3 24 24 

J E Madden 5 8 4 8 

-- ^ J R Keene 3 4 24 3 

510 W Martin Jefferson Stable 4 8 4 

C Jacobs 1 

Kensico Stable 8 



12 6 

10 8 



(343)ROYAL ROSE 114 6 c- i-* 10 

125 L. MITCHELL 114 5 64 61 62 62 w ... 

114 3 1 mm l*« 23 3« 54 615 Simms 

124 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 Taral 

*r Time, 25, 50i, 1 :18, 1 :43, 2 :024. 

Winner— ^Ch. f, by The Bard— Ella Lakeland. 

Post 6 minutes. Start good. Won cleverly ; second easily. Royal Rose died away to nothing 
in the stretch. Poetess came with a rush next the inside rail in the final furlong. Sunny Slope 
was tiring at the end. Partridge was knocked about on the first turn. She finished strong. Set 
r ast showed early speed. The distance was too far for her. Divide performed like a turtle. 

Scratched— Courtship II. 101; Cleophus, 121; Lela’j Cuckoo, 114, 



/\ ^ ^ FIFTH RACE — 5 1-2 Furlongs. Parse $400. 2-year-olds. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 



341 FLAX SPINNER 
(8215)MAKITO 
368 BABIECA 
9926 NABOB 
3452CROCKET 



Wt. Bt. 34 V% Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



102 _ 
99 2 
102 1 
102 3 
99 5 



O H L C 



6 10 6 8 

w 10 20 10 12 

Duke &, Wishard 3 3 2 24 

B’ningt’D<feG rdn’r4 
J C Cahn 1 



34 4 
4-5 1 



3“ 34 l 1 H Martin J R Keene 

l 1 1 H 1G 2» Clawson PJ Miles 
214 21 2** 3« Hewitt 
48 410 42 414 Thorpe 
5 5 5 5 Wilhite 

Timo, 24. 51, 1 :05, 1 .104. 

\V inner— B. c, by St. Symphorien— Distaff. 

Post 4 mmntea. Start poor. Won driving ; next three hard ridden. Crocket was practically 
Jett at the post. Flax Spinner ran a good race and fiuished game under a hard drive. Marito 
tired last sixteenth. 

Scratched— Glorian, 110; Mary Galvin, 99;Qlney, 117. 



423 



SIXTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $400, 3-year-olda and upwards. Selling. 



Ind. Horses. 


Wt. 


St. * 


Vi Str.Fin. Jockeys 


Owners 


O H 


L C 


2912DAMIEN 


123 


6 


6 6 6 1* Taral 


F Farrell 


8-5 4 


8-5 3 


(293) J A GRAY 


112 


4 


2 h 2 m 21 214 Scherrer 


W A Porter 


3 5 


24 44 


(342) LORI) ZENI 


109 


1 


1« 1 mm 12 31 Simms 


J Carroll 


24 24 


l 


fi-5 


315 TRIPPING 


101 


3 


314 3i 34 4 H Martin 


J R Keene 


10 10 


6 H 


2443HANLON 


109 


5 


54 54 44 5 Thorpe 


Bromley & Co 


6 6 


5 


6 


3693 F LORIDAS 


99 


0 


4G 4i 5 h 6 Wilhite 
Time, 25, 51, 1:174. 


J C Cahn 


10 12 


8 


12 



Winner— B. c, 4, by Strathmore— Beatrice. 

Post 6 minutes, Start fair. Won driving. Damien finished strong and just got up in time 
to win under a powerful drive. J A Gray was shut off swinging for home, or ho would have won. 
Lord Zeni tired in the final furlong. 

Scratched— Bernardillo, 108; Mohawk Prince, 101 ; Rodermond, 114; Kinnikinnick, 109; Clissie 
B, 108. 



NEWPORT ENTRIES. 



Probabilities: Weather clear : track fast. 
First Race— 3-4 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgft. 

6631 Rarus 98 9341 Zertes 99 

111 Kriss Kringle. . 103 367 Arctnrus 105 

(lll)Chicopec 105 3672Dominis 109 

Second Race— 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt. 

36b Redena (3) 92 379 Dominica (3) .. 94 



424 Happy Hours (3) 94 
110 Mamie Doyie(3) 98 
381 What Next (3). .103 



(379)Mertie Reed (3) 96 

89 Falaska(4) 100 

3792 La Wauda(4) . . 103 



vox uuai UUUa {,4 ) . . 1U.1 

427 Suydam (3) ....103 98023Cyclone II (8).. 103 
3632 Robinson (4)... 105 2612 Aunt Jane (5).. 105 
363 R Q Ban (6).... 108 3663Joe Clark(4) .. .110 

Third Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. lnd. Horses. Wgt 

365 Augustma (3).. 90 9107 Con Reagan (3) 95 

(363) Eug. Wickes(3). 95 (381) Eddie Burke(3)100 
363 Gov. Boies (4).. 102 8867 Harbinger (5) .105 

(356) Letcher (4) 105 9968 Wabau (3) 105 

Fourth Race— 1 Mile and 50 Yards. 
4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. lud. Horses. Wgt 

9344 The Sculptor(7 ) 98 8934 Leasaman (4) . 99 
8663 Ondague (5) .... 101 155 Say On (7) 107 

366 Booze (6) 109 

Fifth Raca— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Soiling. 

Ipd. Horses. Wgt Ind. Horses. Wgt 

(364) Lady Flight.. ..102 101 Margaret Jane 102 

Valle 102 109 Lucy M 102 

(380)Clara Van 102 364 Voldoraine .... 102 

3642Georgie C 102 3802LocustBlos8omlU2 

380 3 L. of the West.. 102 



SARATOGA ENTRIES. 

Probabilities: Weather clear ; track slow. 
First Race— 5 1-2 Farlorurs. 
2-year-olds. Allowances, 
ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 
(341)The Huguenot. 115 93823 Wild Warrior. 115 

<314) Woodford filly. 112 345 Juliana 112 

(292) La Goleta 112 

Second Race— 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. Ind. Horses. Wgt 

(216) Rubicon (6). ...116 (9879)Dolando (4) .116 

(423) Damien (4) 114 423 3 Lord Zeni (3) . . 109 

37230rion (3) 104 9309 Shultz (3) 104 

2252 L. V. Palace (3)104 

Third Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds, Selling. 

ind. Horses. Wgt Ind. Horses. Wgt 

37220rion 113 372 Xmas 106 

80342Hurns 106 8940 Salvado 106 

80293 Ben Ronald.... 105 399 Lela’s Cuckoo. 103 

Fourth Raca— 1 1-16 Miles. 
3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt. lnd. Horses. Wgt 

(397)*The Winner(4)114 (9881)*Belmar (5) .. .114 
(9232) Faleruian (3).. 113 372 Glengowrie (4) 109 

93052 B. Holladay (4) 106 8760 Toots (5) 101 

3432Challenger (3).. 96 30l3M'hawkP’nce(3)93 
*G. E. Smith entry. 

Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horses. Wgt Ind. Horses. Wgt 

341 White Eyes ....107 61 3 Spanish P’cess.107 

3453Spencer 102 341 Merlin 102 

396 Hairpin 102 9441 Jayhawker 102 

9697 Midian 102 345 La Ventura ... . 99 

289 Ionia 99 (9722)Mary Galvin.. 99 



HARL.EM FORM CHART. 

CHICAGO, ILL., August 5. Ninteenth Day. Harlem Jockey Club. Summer meeting. 
Weather clear; track good. 



Presiding Judge, Col. M. Lewis Clark. Starter, Richard Dwyer. 



FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. Purse $400 . 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 



ln<l. Horses. 



32k HESSV1LLE 
3463SWORDSMAN 
3462 LITTLE OCEAN 
;/24 LA TRAPP E 
163 BILL ARNETT 
346 KING GALON G 
228 MACE 
318 LON JONES 

192 MISS LYON 
324 LIONEL 

9932 SISTER MILLIE 
320 AMANDA 
197 NONCHALANCE 

193 PIRATE PRINCE 



Wt, St. \ ft V Str.Fin. Jockeys Owners 



103 

90 

95 

99 

95 

109 

113 

92 



104 3*m 6 N * 4 3 3*4 1* Donaldson John Breuock 

103 124 4** 64 54 24 Caywood W A McConuell 

314 3 mk 4 *m 314 R l 80m \V G Brien Jr 
114 Ink Ink 41 WH Martin Geo Goff 

22 2^ 21 51 Clay J F Davis 

7 nk 7$ 64 61 Magnusson P M Civill 

5" 5 h 8i 74 J Webber W M Waters 

84 9"* 91 81 L Scott 
11h 10M01 9** C Sloan 
10 h 122 121 1010 Rose 

9**112 114 114 Evans 

12U K4 74 122 HarringtonHelfert Bros 

13 13 13 1310 Bezemau L H Ezell 

14 14 14 14 Cannon 

15 15 15 15 T Barns 
Time, 25, 504, 1 :024, 1 :16i. 

Winner— Ch. g, 3, by Jack Hardy — Annie Wheaton. 

Post 5 minutes. Start good. Won in a long hard drive; second, third and fourth also driving- 
/ *J, e8gv i |le was bpst handled. Donaldson skinned the rails with him and rode a powerful 
finish. Swordsman was tho best. He was away poorly and had a stormy journey. He weakened, 
too, under the whip. Little Ocean was coming fast on the end. La Trappe and Bill Arnett raced 
liTMi °^ ber in ^ the ground the first hax.. Mace ran a fair race, and Amanda a bad one. Lillian 
Wilkes, away badly, was Dover urged. Little Ocean hung on gamely. It was a poor lot, with the 
first three much the best. 

Scratched-Ida Wagner, 101; Dad’s Daughter. 107; Rosa May, 113; Tramp, 113; Terranet, 113, 
Overweights— Pirate Prince. 24 pounds. 



2« 
5«* 
94 
84 

lH 
7« 
6" 

4m 

97 114 
105 104 
113 13 
97415 



324 LILLIAN WILKES 106 14 



John Krepper 
Gr’tham&Francis 7 
Otter & Sigei 
G F Henze 



J O Keene 
E F Voos 



O 


H 


L 


C 


6 


8 


6 


7 


8-5 2 


8-5 0-5 


4 


7 


4 


6 


10 


15 


10 


12 


4 


44 


3 


34 


10 


50 


10 


50 


50 


100 50 


80 


10 


30 


10 


30 


97 


12 


7 


10 


50 


100 50 


100 


30 


30 


20 


25 


20 


40 


20 


30 


10 


30 


10 


30 


30 


75 


30 


60 


8 


12 


8 


10 



402 



8ECOND RACE — 3-8 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



iud. Horses. 



Wt. St. u 



& Str.Fin Jockeys 



Owners 



O H L C 



10 

60 



7-5 6-5 6-5 
12 6 10 
4 3 

44 3 
10 10 
100 60 



100 100 80 



3 

4 

10 

100 

80 



263 OUR GERTIE 108 24 12 lG l 3 1*4 Caywood W M Singerly 7-5 

9713 PACEMAKER 100 62 5>o 510 3 « 24 Newcom Mrs EO Pepper 6 

347 THE CHEAT 105 1** 4** 4“ 4 2 314 Bozeman L H Ezell 34 

o 108 4 * 625 630 625 44 T Burns Simms&Anderson 3 

350 BRIGHTIE S 97 3»* 2G 2‘24 24 5io R Isom W F Schulte 

30 ICENA 97 5 mm 32 3 mm 54 625 J Hicks J F Davis 

CORONATUS 1044 7 7 7 7 7 Mackey R W Donovan 

_ Time. 244, 36i, 494, 1:03. 

Vv inner — B. f. by Salvator— Columbine. 

Post 17 minutes. Start fair. Won driving and staggering ; second and third under foil sail. 
Our Gertie raced Bnghtie S into the ground the first throe furlongs. The early hot pace did Gertie 
no good. She was ready to lie down at the wire. Pacemaker was short. Had he been fit he cer- 
tainly would have won. He swerved beiow the eighth pole, but came on again gamely under 
punishment. The Cheat seemed to be nowhere near himself. Sacket, outrun early, finished 
strong. Bnghtie S had a lot of speed and ran a real good race. She is a handy maiden. 

Overweights — Coronatus, 44 pounds. 



403 



lnd. Horses, 



THIRD RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
Wt. St *4 y t 3a Str. Fin. Jockey7 Owners 



3 12UNCAS 


107 


1« 


3482PRINCE OF INDIA 103 


2hk 


320 ENCHANTER 


108 


4« 


351 BOTANIC 


99 


7h 


(323) FORSEEN 


106 


64 


77 GLENOID 


103 


8 


351 LADY DIXON 


103 


54 


348 FAUSTONIC 


102 


3-m 



1 2 4 I 3 I 2 16 Caywood 
3G 3G 2 3 T Burns 
2 *m 22 2 3 3»m C Sloan 
4 mm 64 71 4* Clay 

78 720 41 510 L Scott 

8 8 8 66 C Clay 

5 h 5 h 64 73 Lew 



John Brenock 
Thos Hums 
J F Davis 
F M Arthur 
P M Civill 
E M Bergen 
J H Kintz 
H F Leet 



O H L C 



2 

4 

3 
10 

4 

20 

50 

10 



8-5 8-5 

4 4 



ms l 

20 10 
4 34 

30 20 
100 50 
20 10 



15 

34 

25 

80 

15 



62 4h 6mm 8 RIsom 

„ , Time, 244, 37, 50, 1 :02, 1 :15. 

Winner — B, g, 4, by Pontico — Verosa. 

Post 22 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second cleverly; third and fourth driving- 



Uncas was the best. He was well handled. too. He sVems fresh now and wiVl*be 
Prince of India seems to be a loafer. Burns hustled him all the way. 

I tKa ariosi A. L 1*1 



hard. „ 

bard to beat his next out U1UJ ail tllo w 

Enchanter showed his usual flight of speed and again confirmed the suspicion that ho relishes 
„ Botanic raD a race and finished strong. With clear sailing he would have been 

third. Forseen was shut off and badly interfered with on the far turn. 

Scrat ched— Dejure, 99: La Crescent, 104; Pitfall, 103; Henry Clay, 94 



404 FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 70 Yds. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 



Ind. 



Horses. 



3493SIMMONS 
(322)SUN BURST 
375 SANDOVAL 
231 DOCKSTADER 
3753SUNNY 



Wt. 8t. k H X Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



964 3* 214 1“ 1 mm 14 ink Clay H C Haugh 

104 1 mm 311 42 41431 21 Caywood J E Cashing 

86 5 5 5 5 5 32 C Clay T Licalzi 

87 24 14 224 214 4» 41 Gray J F Davis 

90 4« 4h 3 mm 32 2 mm 5 T Burns J J Sellers 



O H L C 



1:46. 



6-5 8-5 6-5 7-5 
6-5 6-5 1 1 

15 25 15 25 

15 20 15 15 
10 12 10 10 



Time, 25, 504, 1 :02i, 1 :16, 1 :42, 1 

Winner— Ch. g, 7, by Sir Modred— Trade Dollar. 

Post 2 minutes. Start good. Won in a long drive of two. Simmons was very tired and evi- 
dently short. He went down the back stretch under a double wrap. Clay drew his whip at the 
head of the stretch and Simmons bore in a trifle, but not enough to interfere with auyoue Sun- 
burst had a stormy passage. He was bumped hard on the first turn and in a jamb on the back 
stretch. He was coming strong on the end. Sandoval, slow to begin, finished strong. Sunnv 
ran a much better race than tho day before. Dockstader warmed up stiff and sore but had a lot 
of speed. 

Scratched— Orinda. 99. 

Overweights — Simmons, 44 pounds. 



405 FIFTH RACE— 3.4 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 



Ind. Horses. 



349 LADY CALLAHAN 98 Jmm 

329 THERESA H 104 3 *m 

329 FLOREANNA 109 4* 

329 AL LONE 102 5 mm 

3512TRAVIS 120 7 

351 SENATOR QUAY 105 24 

351 COCHINA 108 6« 



Wt. St. I4 Yi \ Str.Fin. Jockeys 



Owners 



15 ib 14 is Newcom M S Hughes 

3nm 314 2H 2G Gouiu Goo B Havill 

44 48 3ni 35 Magnusson W A Harper 

54 56 62 44 Harrington A F Dayton 



O H L C 



1 

3 

10 

20 



6-5 1 



1 

34 

10 

60 

15 

10 

15 



7 7 7 51 T Burns Lazarus & HanleyS 

2G 24 41 6G Bozeman T D Carter 3 

64 6 2 4 53 7 C Sloan M Sabbath 10 

Time. 24, 354. 47*. 1:01, 1:144. 

Winner — B. f, 3, by Siddartha — Loetitia. 

Post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second cleverly; third driving. Lady Callahan 
had speed to loan. She was well ridden too. Newcom got her off flying and held her nicely on 
the stretch turn. Theresa H ran a greatly improved race. Horses from her stable run incon- 
sistently at times. Floreanua ran a good race. She will be hard to beat in tho mud. Senator 
Quay had some speed but could not carry it. A1 Lone finished strong. She tried to run out at 
the stretch turn. Travis was out of place. Watch him in a cheap selliug race 

Scratched— South worth, 114. 



406 SIXTH RACE— 5 1-58 FurloDgs. Purse $400. 2-yoar-olds. Selling. 



Ind. 



Horses. 



3252HOSI 102 2« 

325 DAGMAR 1034 1*k 

3253 MISS KIN BELLO 99 8h 
( 9)MORlARTY 102 71 

3192DOUSTERSWIVEL 110 64 
3503OPH’LIA COP’LAND97 101 
(260) STARS & STRIPES 99 94 
319 BELLE OF C’RSICA 97 11 
(227) IRONICAL 102 3*m 

164 CHER. BOUNCE II 110 5« 
SPEIGEL 102 4« 



W*t. St. \ Str.Fin, Jockoys 



81 34 
314 2« 

21 61 44 
014 4»m 3h 
72 51 8i 

1010 84 73 
9nk 7nk 62 

11 91 102 

114 14 11 
41 102 11 



2»k Ink Newcom 
5 *m 314 Lew 



44 T Burns 
5« Bozeman 
6 »m C Clay 
7« McDowell 
84 Evans 
9i Clay 
1010 Caywood 



Owners 


O 


H 


L 


C 


J O Keene 


24 


3 


24 


3 


John Brenock 


10 


25 


10 


20 


1 Jas Ruddy 


6 


10 


6 


8 


E F Simms 


5 


5 


3 


34 


L H Ezell 


3 


5 


3 


5 


J S Lancaster 


6 


10 


6 


8 


Scoggan Bros 


3 


15 


3 


12 


J J Sellers 


6 


30 


6 


25 


T Licalzi 


8 


12 


8 


10 


D M Hogan 


6 


12 


6 


12 


W F Shulte 


80 


100 80 


100 



52 11 9 Ml Kelly 

. Time. 244. 374 . 504, 1:03, 1:10. 

Winner— Ch. c, by Pirate of Penzance— Mary Winnifred. 

Post 10 minutes. Start good. The first four were driving hard. Hosi was the best He wa», 
nn^tfwf !n d w,tb ® bortl . y a f te r the start, but Newcom took the short route and saved a lot of ground 
on the turn. He was lucky aud took a long chance to get through at head of stretch. Bettor rid- 
den, Dagmar would have won. Lew finished weakly on him. Miss Kinbello ran a good race 
travei erSW1V0 ^ COU ^ not h aQfBe * be we h?ht. Moriarty was off poorly and had a rocky road to 

Scratched-Radaire, 97; Gnome 107; Chinkapin. 97; Mary Cavalier, 102; Png, 102. 

Overweights— Dagmar, 44 pounds. 




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STAKES TO CLOSE AUGUST 16TH 

THE CYNTHIA STAKES— Five Furlongs— For fillies, two-year-olds. $10 to accompany the 
nomination, $25 additional to start. The club to guarantee the value of the stake to be $800, 
of which $550 to first, $100 to second, and $50 to third : for fillies that have not wou a sweep- 
stake in 1897, to carry 110 lbs. ; winners after the closing of this stake, of a sweepstake of $1000 
value or four races of any value (Selling Purse races excepted) to carry 7 lbs. extra; maidens 
allowed 5 lbs. 

THE MACKINAW SELLING STAKES— One and one-eighth miles— A selling sweepstake for 
three-year-olds and upward. $10 to accompany the nomination, $25 additional to start. The 
club to guarantee the value of the stake to be $800, of which $550 to first. $100 to second and $50 
to third; those entered for $2500 to carry weight for age ; allowances: 2 lbs. for each $250 to 
$1500, 1 lb. for each $100 less to $1000, then 2 lbs. for each $109 less to $500; starters with selling 
price to be named through the entry box|at noon the day before the race. 

THE OAKLAND SELLING SWEEPSTAKES— Six Furlongs— For all ages. $10 to accompany 
the nomination. $25 additional to start. The club to guarantee the value of the stake to be 
$800, of which $650 to first, $100 to second, and $50 to third: those entered for $2000 to carry 
weight for age; 2 lbs. allowed for each $100 less to $1500, then 1 lb. for each $100 less to $lu00; 
starters to be named with selling price at noon the day before the race. 

THE WOLVERINE HANDICAP— One Mile— For thre ‘-year-olds and upward. $10 to accom- 
pany the nomination, $25 additional to start. The club to guarantee the value of the stake to 
be $800, of which $650 to first, $t00 to second, and $50 to third ; weights to appear three days 
prior to the race; winners after publication of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. Acceptances to 
be made at noon the day before the race. 

THE ALGONAC MAIDEN STAKES-Five Furlongs— For two-year-old maidens. $10 to ac 
company the nomination, $25 additional to start. The club to guarantee the value of the 
stake to bo $800, of which $550 to first, $100 to second and $5u to third; to carry 105 lbs.; win- 
ners of a sweepstake, or two races of any value after the closing of this stake, to carry 7 lbs. 
extra; those that have run and never been placed allowed 5 lbs, 

THE PONTIAC STAKES— Six Furlongs— For two-year-olds. $10 to accompany the nomina- 
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which $550 to first. $100 to second, and $50 to third; winners of three sweepstakes to carry 5 
lbs. extra; non-winners of a sweepstake that have not won four races allowed 5 lbs.; maidens, 
10 lbs. 

THE ORKNEY STAKES— Ono and One-Sixteenth Miles— A sweepstake for three-year-olds. 
$10 to accompany the nomination, $25 additional to start. The club to guarantee the value of 
the stake to be $8C0. of which $550 to first, $100 to second, and $50 to third; for three-year-olds 
that have not won a race of $1000 value in 1597, to carry 110 lbs. ; winners of a race of $1000 
value or three races of any value, (Selling Purse, “races excepted) | after the closing of this 
stake, to carry 7 lbs. extra. 

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